Pic of Dr. T Picture of a frog J Carter M Tiernan, Ph.D.

The University of Texas at Arlington
College of Engineering
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Department of Computer Science Engineering
Senior Lecturer and Director of Outreach

tiernan@uta.edu Fall 2016 Schedule:
620 Nedderman Hall Class times:

Office hours:

Tues and Thurs 3:30 - 4:50pm

Mon 3:00 - 5:00pm,
Tues and Thurs 1:30 - 3:00pm,
Other times by appointment

817-272-0113 (subject to change and interruptions)
 

 

This page has links to UTA material for Dr. Carter Tiernan, including for student affairs, for CSE classes, for K-12 outreach and recruiting including TexPREP, Engineering and Computer Science Summer Camp links, and the RoPro College Challenge Camp, for engineering retention programs such as the Engineering Freshman Interest Groups, and for student organization links including links for the Engineering Student Council (ESC formerly JCEO), the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the Game Developer's Club (GDC), the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, and then links to other info. Use the text links below or the buttons at the bottom of the page to access the pages. If you are interested, there is also a link which tells something about me and my background.

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 Student Affairs
green dot This is where YOU come in. My role is to be a facilitator in the College of Engineering for improving student affairs. You can help me do this by keeping me aware of the issues that are making things hard for you, by sharing your concerns w ith me, and by letting me know things that the College can do to make you more successful here at UTA.
Come talk to me. My door (or at least my e-mail tiernan@uta.edu ) is always open.
In case you are nervous about talking to me directly, there are ways to contact me anonymously so you can still share your thoughts.

UTA Engineering logo items are available for purchase through ESC! Great Faces of Engineering T-shirts only $10.

 Classes

green dot Information for CSE1310, Section 003 Fall 2016

green dot Information for CSE1310, Section 005 Spring 2016

green dot Information for CSE1310, Section 003 Fall 2015

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Summer 2015

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Spring 2015

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Fall 2014

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Summer 2014

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Spring 2014

green dot Information for CSE1320, Section 003 Fall 2013

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Summer 2013

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Spring 2013

green dot Information for CSE1320, Section 001 Fall 2012

green dot Information for CSE1325, Section 001 Summer 2012

green dot Information for CSE1320, Section 002 Spring 2012

green dot Information from previous classes taught


 Outreach to K - 12 students

green dot Outreach Events and Information for Potential Engineering students
 Look here for information on the RoPro College Challenge Camp (for 11th and 12th graders and new HS grads) and other outreach events !

green dot Info about UTA Engineering Summer Programs
      includes TexPREP and the Engineering and Computer Science Summer Camps (with Entry to Engineering and Girlgeneering !)
 Includes all types of engineering activities for 7th - 10th graders


 Engineering Retention Programs

green dot Academic support program - Engineering Learning Communities (LC) and Freshman Interest Groups (FIG)
 Engineering majors living and taking classes together with other engineering majors for peer group support

green dot Engineering Scholarship and FIG program - Focus On Retention in Cohorts of Engineering Students (FORCES)
 Engineering majors with financial need who receive scholarships and mentoring in a FIG cohort group.

green dot Engineering and Science student classroom support and research opportunities - Arlington Undergraduate Research-Based Achievement for STEM (AURAS)
 Engineering, math, physics, and chemistry majors who take calculus or chemistry courses with Emerging Scholar Program (ESP) lab courses. After completing ESP courses, students are eligible to participate in paid research with faculty. Research positions have eligibility criteria and the number of available paid positions is subject to limitations on funding.


 Organizations
All active UTA student organizations should be contacted through
MavOrgs for current info, officer information, and membership. Dr. T works with the organizations listed below:

green dot Advisor to Engineering Student Council - ESC, formerly Joint Council of Engineering Organizations(JCEO).
Coordinating group for College wide student activities like Engineers Week.

green dotAdvisor to Society of Women Engineers at UTA - SWE

 Advisor to Game Developer's Club- GDC

 Working with CSE Honor Society Upsilon Pi Epsilon- UPE
 Contact Dr. T or Dr. Barasch for more info

 Working with Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society

 Dr. T
green dot Dr. Tiernan's Interests and Resume

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Contact Carter Tiernan at tiernan@uta.edu

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